Browsing publications by Professor Sophie Hambleton

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Professor Sophie Hambleton
Clinical and laboratory correlates of lung disease and cancer in adults with idiopathic hypogammaglobulinaemia2016
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency2016
Dr Tarana Singh Dang
Dr Joe Willet
Helen Griffin
Dr Graeme O'Boyle
Dr Mario Abinun
et al.
Erratum to: Defective Leukocyte Adhesion and Chemotaxis Contributes to Combined Immunodeficiency in Humans with Autosomal Recessive MST1 Deficiency (vol 36, pg 117, 2016)2016
Dr Mary Slatter
Dr Zohreh Nademi
Janice Dunn
Professor Roderick Skinner
Professor Sophie Hambleton
et al.
Haploidentical CD3 TCRαβ and CD19-depleted second stem cell transplant for steroid-resistant acute skin graft versus host disease2016
Dr Mary Slatter
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Dr Zohreh Nademi
Dr Mario Abinun
Dr Andrew Gennery
et al.
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for CTLA4 deficiency2016
Nicholas Robertson
Professor Sophie Hambleton
Unique and shared signaling pathways cooperate to regulate the differentiation of human CD4+ T cells into distinct effector subsets2016
Professor Sophie Hambleton
When the STATs are against you2016
Dr Julian Thomas
Dr Christopher Bacon
Professor Andrew Cant
Professor Sophie Hambleton
A new case of Fas-associated death domain protein deficiency and update on treatment outcomes2015
Nicholas Robertson
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Professor Andrew Cant
Dr Mario Abinun
Dr Yaobo Xu
et al.
A Novel 10bp Frameshift Deletion In ICOS In Two Patients With Combined Immunodeficiency2015
Nicholas Robertson
Dr Karin Engelhardt
Professor Andrew Cant
Dr Mario Abinun
Professor Sophie Hambleton
et al.
Astute Clinician Report: A Novel 10 bp Frameshift Deletion in Exon 2 of ICOS Causes a Combined Immunodeficiency Associated with an Enteritis and Hepatitis2015
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